Plexus Plastic Cleaner

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Plexus Plastic Cleaner Plexus® was developed for use in the aviation industry - specifically, for cleaning and protecting aircraft windshields and painted surfaces. As Plexus became more and more popular, people quickly discovered it could be used on a limitless variety of plastic surfaces. Since then, Plexus has continued to grow in popularity, and today it is recognised as the most effective plastic cleaner, protectant and polisher on the market.

Plastic - It's Everywhere

Before you continue reading this, stop a second and take a look around you. Chances are, you'll immediately be able to pick out several objects containing the most popular material on earth: plastic. And it's no wonder. Plastic is strong, durable, versatile. It's used to make telephones, watches, computers, automobiles, sunglasses, clothing, and thousands of other objects we find in our daily lives.

Plastic takes many forms. From the resin found in fibreglass and carbon fibre to Formica, and acrylic, (i.e. plexiglass, lucite, etc.), they're all made from plastic. So are window tint films and the lenses in sunglasses. It exists in places most of us don't realize: some glass is coated with plastic and most paint contains it. Many metals are clear plastic-coated and even many kinds of wood have a clear, protective plastic coating.

Yet as abundant as plastic is, what's more amazing is that few people really know how to care for it properly.

Conventional Plastic Cleaners.

Conventional Plastic Cleaner Until now, plastic-cleaning products have proven less than satisfactory. Existing cleaners are often messy to use (especially creams and pastes) and require several steps to apply. They have to be rubbed on and buffed. They often leave a sticky, tacky or oily residue. And, in many cases, they're abrasive, leaving small lines in the plastic.

Dissatisfied with these cleaners, many people resort to products that are alcohol, ammonia, or petroleum-based. Unfortunately, these products can dry out plastic, leading to cracking and discoloration over time.

The bottom line: over the years, people have had no truly reliable, effective products to turn to for cleaning and protecting plastic.

Introducing the Solution: PLEXUS.

Plexus Plastic Cleaner Spray Can Fortunately, now there's a solution: Plexus. The most effective product available for cleaning, protecting, and polishing all kinds of plastic.

Plexus is easier to use than ordinary cleaners. Its convenient aerosol applicator prevents dripping, leaking, evaporating, and coagulating at the tip of the nozzle (as is common with pumps and squeeze bottles). To use Plexus, simply spray and wipe - no buffing, no mess, and no waste.

Plexus protects plastic more effectively than ordinary cleaners. Because Plexus seals the pores in plastic surfaces with a micro-thin layer of shiny, protective wax, plastic becomes resistant to debris, oil, scratches, and eventual yellowing. And its anti-static properties repel dust and lint.

Since new plastic is most vulnerable to contaminants and damage, using Plexus early on can help in the long-term protection and maintenance of plastic. Plexus gives you a cleaner, more lustrous finish than ordinary cleaners. Plexus leaves no smears and no smudges. Instead, the finish it leaves is shiny, brilliant, and clear like no other. Plexus makes colored plastics vibrant, makes clear plastic virtually transparent, and leaves plastic paints gleaming like new.

Plastic Diagram
Plastic magnified. This illustration shows the surface of plastic, which is actually porous. By filling in these pores with a clear, micro-thin layer of wax, Plexus protects plastic like no other product.
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